How Is 36% Annually For Performance?

But if you can live with that kind of “disappointment” in this kind of environment, I suggest you try reading my new special report, “Manufactured Housing: The Ultimate Sleep Well at Night Property Sector.”

It’s filled with facts supporting a favorable industry outlook…

The promise of consistent and steady rent increases (even if they’re “only” in the 5%-6% range)…

Limited capital expenditure demands that are the lowest in the real estate universe at around just 3.5%…

And very wide moats.

You can learn more about them for free today. And by free, I’m not referring to a two-week test drive. I mean it’s yours with no money down and no money on the line either.

Click here to see the profit potential I’m talking about. Considering last night’s EPRT news referenced up above, I can’t imagine you’ll be disappointed.

The World According to Commercial Real Estate

Welcome to REIT earnings season, where we get so much news in every single day. We’re just entering the very start of it right now, but now really is the time to get yourself as closely tied to some reputable news source as possible.

That way, you get to know news like this (and hopefully much, much more):

  • Prologis (PLD) announced $0.92 per share Q4-20 core FFO and gave 2021 guidance of $3.88-$3.98. It also says its portfolio-wide average occupancy levels were up to 95.8%, its tenant retention had risen to 78.4%, cash same-store net operating income was up 3%, and cash rent change was up 13.4%.
  • Realty Income (O) announced that Michael Pfeiffer, the company’s current executive vice president, chief administrative officer, general counsel, and secretary will be stepping down at the end of June after a 30-year run with the company. Michelle Bushore will be stepping in as EVP, chief legal officer, general counsel, and secretary on February 8 to ease into the position.
     
  • PEB monetized 14 rooftop wireless leases by granting long-term easements at 11 of its properties. Those efforts generated $12 million in net proceeds with a 5.5 net income cap rate.
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Brad Thomas is the Editor of the Forbes Real Estate Investor.

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